Episode 223: Tales of Intrigue! Plus: Poetry!

Introducing a parody of the stolid 60’s era detectives in Los Angeles comes TALES OF INTRIGUE: starring Phil Hall as Rutledge and Kurt Boucher as Haldeman. In this episode the duo infiltrate the Poetry scene with fool proof disguises: rented bandannas but when one bandanna falls off, will they be discovered for the agents of the status quo?
Then Nutmeg Junction cast members share .favorite poems from times gone by. Enjoy these trips on the trolley ride of imagination on Nutmeg Junction: America’s NEW Old Time Radio program!

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CREDITS

Episode 223: was written, created and produced by J. Timothy Quirk.

The majority of the program was recorded at WAPJ Torrington Community Radio. Some segments were recorded separately at offsite locations.

Some music courtesy of youtube royalty free music-selections where attribution is not required.

Serendiphistory theme used in the poetry segment was written, created and performed by Robert C. Fullerton ©2018 and used with permission.

CAST:

PHIL HALL AS JAMES RUTLEDGE

KURT BOUCHER AS HALDEMAN

JEFF SAVAGE AS CHIEF

RICH CYR AS COFFEE SHOP BARISTA

JANDI HANNA AS MAMA MOONSHINE

REBECCA ROSEWOOD AS FLOWER

 

POETRY SEGMENT

PHIL HALL READING OZYMANDIUS WRITTEN BY PERCY SHELLEY

KURT BOUCHER READING DRIED APPLE PIES BY ANONYMOUS

OLIVIA WADSWORTH READING EL DORADO BY EDGAR ALLAN POE

RICH CYR READING A SONG BY JOHN DRYDEN

JACK SHEEDY READING MY LAST DUCHESS BY ROBERT BROWNING

REBECCA ROSEWOOD READING SHAKESPEARE’S SONNET 18

J. TIMOTHY QUIRK READING THE SECOND COMING BY WB YEATS

 

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